Navan Style Stakes

Good Evening Lovelies,

How are we all doing on this rainy Sunday night? Winter is truly here and I For one am absolutely loving it! Can you believe Christmas is only four weeks away. This year has well and truly flown by! It’s feels like yesterday that I was putting away all of my Christmas decorations but here we are again.

Today I attended the Navan Races for the first as I had never been before. It was there winter ladies day so it was a great excuse to get all dressed up and enjoy all the beautiful style and fashion. Ladies Day never disappoints and it is always a great day and today was no different. Winter racing is somewhat different to summer meetings as you have to dress for the weather so as you can imagine especially when the temperatures are so low and it’s freezing outside you really do need to take the weather into consideration and that’s why I choose to wear this capes jumpsuit. The colour is what really drew me in and it covers all the basis for a blustery winters day which was exactly what was in store for us today. My head piece is one that I customized to go with my jumpsuit and it paired perfectly with my shoes from River Island which at this stage have been to as many race meetings as I have. There by far the best investment I have made in the show department in a long time. I was lucky enough to be chosen as one of the top five finalists and it was such a shock as the style and glamour was absolutely fantastic. Here is a little look at my outfit.

Thanks so much for stopping by and I will be back tomorrow with some more updates.

Love,

Glam Meets Girl x

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